periphery


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a line around a closed figure or area

a fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary

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the outside boundary or surface of something

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1989) was used to construct a model of the Washington State economy, as well as models of the four-county urban-core and of the periphery subregion.
This has been a central feature of the Eurozone arrangement, where the core countries have become net exporters and rely upon demand from the periphery counties to compensate for under-consumption on the domestic market.
Park Lodge is "situated on a substantial plot within a unique location on the periphery of Smiths Dock Park, Normanby", the property description reads.
War-torn Afghanistan was perhaps a periphery too far; such an approach can be read in terms of Orientalist exploitation.
While associated with the concept of spatial periphery, the term Literatura Periferica, has its origins in a different context.
The DC said that all necessary preventive measures have been taken to save the population of the low-lying areas,located on the periphery of Mangla Dam in the district, from the flood havoc during the just-stated monsoon.
Haiti: Trapped in the Outer Periphery bears witness to the falseness of "nation building.
Creepers The letter, issued from the CISF headquarters, says that due to wild vegetation around the airport periphery, airports have becomes shelters for poisonous snakes and insects.
Although the number of cone photoreceptors is lower in the periphery than in the fovea, with about 4000 cones per [mm.
The aim of the present study was to assess characteristics of the populations of hazel, forest and fat dormice on the northern periphery of their ranges in continental Europe in comparison to populations situated in the rest of their ranges.
Alongwith periphery on the top of the crescent star is inscribed in wording ISLAMI JAMHORIA PAKISTAN in Urdu script and below the crescent and at the top of two springs of wheat with arms curved upward, there is the year of issuance.
First, there is the view of the so-called troika (the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund), which holds that the eurozone's debt-distressed periphery (Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain) requires strong policy discipline to prevent a short-term liquidity crisis from morphing into a long-term insolvency problem.
The goal was to develop regional allies on the periphery to counter the hostile "Arab core" of states led by Egypt under Gamal Abdul Nasser.
The LT12's wood element features an inner periphery of low-density lime, an outer periphery of walnut (to support its core), and balsa oriented toward the racket's center (to dampen vibration and strength its structure).
With concerns about the creditworthiness of some of the euro area periphery sovereigns re-emerging, as highlighted by our recent decision to review Greece for downgrade, we believe new issuer volumes will be lower in 2015 than in the last year," said Pieter Rommens, author of the report.